The masked heart of gold :)

Only recently I came across an old korean drama of 2009 namely “Boys over flowers”. Can imagine what happened next right? πŸ˜‰ Yes, I fell in love with the drama series πŸ˜€ But unlike all other drama sick drama lovers {Note: πŸ˜‰ } I am not going to ramble sickeningly mad over the series. Its just the characters that I like to point out.A2

As usual the story is about “a charming prince falling in love with a poor girl.” Yes, and as usual, girls will fall heads over heels in love with the “charming prince” in the story. Then {as usual} they tend to compare them with their real life princes, and tend to get pushy with their guys. πŸ˜› . Guys will point out that such people will only exist in fairy tales not in real lives. Yea, I do agree, sometimes it can only exist in fairy tales, but sometimes it can be also real πŸ™‚ . And girls! for your A4information, if the girl like “Geum Jan di”[main heroine] who is not obsessed with her rich boyfriend’s plutocracy and fame exists, then guys like “Gu Jun Pyo” will exist. Here, what the lady fell for in the guy is not his money or fame, but his masked heart of gold {or you can say his childish heart}. πŸ™‚ . That was the same thing that made me love the lead guy.

That is what I am going to speak about here πŸ™‚ As I am a woman, I am going to speak about that lead guy.

Gu Jun Pyo is the leader of F4 as well as the heir to the Shinhwa Group, one of the most powerful business groups in South Korea. Raised by his older sister and servants as his parents tend to be overwhelmingly busy, he grew up an arrogant and conceited person who believed that there was nothing that could not be done with money. Deep down, however, he has a heart of gold that cannot be easily expressed due to his constant masking his loneliness and his craving for familial attention with pride and conceit.a3

Jun Pyo’s perspective changes when a transfer student to Shinhwa High named Geum Jan Di challenges his beliefs. Jan Di absolutely despises the notorious F4 and all that it stands for. One day Jan Di and her only friend in the school is eating ice cream when her friend trips and drops her ice cream on Jun Pyo’s shoe. He is upset that his shoe is ruined and demands that she lick it off her shoe. Jan Di steps in and defends her friend by shoving her ice cream in Jun Pyo’s face. From that day onward, Jun Pyo cannot get Jan Di out of his head since she is so unlike the other students in the school.

This is a review I found about the character. Notice what I have high-lighted in Ared. Yes, I marked what attracted me the most. Outwardly he was said to be a cruel personality harming the weak students, hurting people with his words, and feeling no regret for his actions and words. As he was damn rich, famous and handsome, girls used to go crazy over him {even though he acted damn cold and hurt people with words, I really did wondered whether those foolish girls planned to endure such torture forever in their life} But, what brought smiles to my face was that, his heart of gold couldA not be locked safe in the vault forever. :). It was opened by our heroine, who was the only girl that he fell heads over heels. She was the key to the vault. Now tell me guys, When you find such sincere women in your life who opens your heart that you hid for years, won’t you really do everything in your power to protect and provide for her? πŸ™‚ will you ever let her go, when it is really the hardest? You can see such aspects in the serial, how Jun Pyo was forced to let go of the woman he loved and the woman who was everything in his life. You can see his inner conflicts and helplessness of not being with the person he wanted to be with. Even now, would you say, that A1such guys are not real? then you are a different man or you have not experienced that real love. This indeed became the reality side of the drama πŸ™‚ And that’s what I loved here πŸ™‚

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